Connecticut’s largest healthcare workers’ union reached a tentative deal, ending its strike against a group home chain for the disabled.
The state’s largest health care workers’ union launched a strike Tuesday against a major chain serving the developmentally disabled.
Union caregivers at group homes struck a deal Wednesday with one owner and issued strike notices for two others.
Nonprofits who serve the developmentally disabled still don’t know all details about their state funding for this year and next.
A major healthcare workers’ union plans to strike Oct. 5 against two group home operators for the developmentally disabled.
Gov. Ned Lamont and CT’s largest health care workers union averted a strike at group homes for the developmentally disabled.
The state’s largest health care workers’ union has suspended plans to strike at more than 200 group homes Friday.
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Seven nursing homes are postponing their strike by two weeks.
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SEIU District 1199 New England added six more nursing homes to the potential strike.
A work stoppage could exceed 5,000 caregivers if nursing home staffers strike as well.
With a big budget reserve and federal funding, legislative leaders are confident Connecticut can avert a nursing home strike.
Initial union balloting at 33 Connecticut nursing homes overwhelmingly favors a strike, and staff at 11 more homes will vote soon.